In this episode of Defrag Tools, Andrew Richards and Chad Beeder walk you through a common issues in Windows Store applications that use HTTP. We use a Windows Store 8.1 app sample to show how a missing exception handler affects the stability of the process.
[00:00] - HTTP based crashes in Windows Store apps
[00:44] - Windows 8.1 app samples
[01:35] - HttpClient sample
[03:40] - Windows.Web.Http based example
[03:58] - Exception Handler
[04:46] - Get a dump of the crash...
[06:30] - Open the dump... .exr -1, dd poi(<Parameter>)
[07:58] - !error <code> and !sos.pe
[10:45] - 'async' and 'await' talk at //build/ 2013
[11:28] - System.Net.Http based example
[12:36] - HttpRequestException exception thrown
[13:07] - No WebException exception thrown
[13:34] - Get a dump of the crash...
[14:02] - WebException is an inner exception of the HttpRequestException exception
[16:06] - Email us your issues at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have a crash you don't understand, email the CAB file to email@example.com and we'll help you.
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